Definition of Stimuli

1. Noun. (irregular plural of stimulus) ¹



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Definition of Stimuli

1. stimulus [n] - See also: stimulus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stimuli

stimulated
stimulated emission depletion microscope
stimulated emission depletion microscopy
stimulates
stimulateth
stimulating
stimulatingly
stimulation
stimulations
stimulative
stimulativeness
stimulator
stimulators
stimulatory
stimulatress
stimuli (current term)
stimulism
stimulon
stimulus
stimulus generalisation
stimulus generalization
stimulus package
stimulus packages
stimy
stimying
sting
sting like a bee
sting operation
stingaree
stingaree-bush

Literary usage of Stimuli

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1. Heredity and Environment in the Development of Men by Edwin Grant Conklin (1922)
"stimuli are chiefly energy changes of a physical or chemical nature. ... Chemical stimuli include the action of (a) substances found in normal development, ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"as compared with the grey, we note that the most periphera after-images of: (i) red stimuli (bluish green at the fovea) are slightly greener; ..."

3. Heredity and Environment in the Development of Men by Edwin Grant Conklin (1922)
"stimuli are chiefly energy changes of a physical or chemical nature. ... Chemical stimuli include the action of (a) substances found in normal development, ..."

4. Heredity and Environment in the Development of Men by Edwin Grant Conklin (1922)
"stimuli are chiefly energy changes of a physical or chemical nature. ... Chemical stimuli include the action of (a) substances found in normal development, ..."

5. Handbook of Physiology by William Dobinson Halliburton (1913)
"The Effect of Two successive stimuli. If a second stimulus follows the first ... If the two stimuli are in such close succession that the second occurs ..."

6. Readings in Descriptive and Historical Sociology by Franklin Henry Giddings (1906)
"Relation of Concerted Volition to Strength of stimuli, in Connection with Degree of Resemblance. —The more heterogeneous a group or a population is, ..."

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